If you want to convert a ps or eps file into jpg format on Linux, you can use ghostscript.
To install ghostscript on Ubuntu or Debian:
To install ghostscript on CentOS, RHEL or Fedora:
To convert ps or eps file into jpg format using ghostscript, run the following.
If you want to resize or rotate the generated jpg image file, you can use ImageMagick. A command-line utility called mogrify contained in ImageMagick package can do necessary image transformation.
To install ImageMagick on Ubuntu or Debian:
To install ImageMagick on CentOS, RHEL or Fedora:
Once ImageMagick is installed, run mogrify command to resize and rotate an image.
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